Tag Archives: Exploit

Sony VSP-NS7 Digital Signage Hacking

Recently I tested out a Sony VSP-NS7 digital signage unit for a customer. This machine really impressed me considering I had used its predecessor the NSP100 and the newer technology was just what the client needed. After doing some online searching I found that, other than the manual, there wasn’t much information out there on […]

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WordPress Sites Hacked in Bulk

By now, I’m sure we have all heard about the numerous WordPress sites that have been hacked on several of the major hosting providers. From all of the reports so far, no one can seem to figure out what the problem is or how the breaches are happening. Is the problem a server misconfiguration, outdated […]

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DM-FileManager 3.9.9 XSS Vulnerability

The nDarkness community has recently been working with the wonderful developers over at DutchMonkey.com to review and point out security flaws in some of their freely available software. During this review process, there were several issues found and we will be posting them in the coming weeks for educational purposes. It is our hope that […]

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DM-FileManager 3.9.6 Cookie Injection and Authorization Bypass Vulnerability

The nDarkness community has recently been working with the wonderful developers over at DutchMonkey.com to review and point out security flaws in some of their freely available software. During this review process, there were several issues found and we will be posting them in the coming weeks for educational purposes. It is our hope that […]

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WordPress – DM Albums Version 2.0 Critical Vulnerability

The latest version of DM Albums was released on 10/21/2009 to all WordPress users and it contains a serious flaw that can allow an attacker to remotely delete any file or folder they wish. The author has been notified of the problem and I have listed a work around below to prevent directory traversal. After […]

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